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Posted 30 January 2013 - 03:56 AM



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Kingston HyperX '10th Anniversary' DDR3 1866MHz 8GB Memory Kit Review
<http://www.eteknix.com/reviews/memory/kingston-hyperx-10th-anniversary-ddr3-1866mhz-8gb-memory-kit-review/>

In one of my last memory reviews, I made a note of how rare it is that
I get to look at some Limited Edition memory. Low and behold I get to
CES and I get news of a new Limited Edition kit design and that one
will be making its way to be imminently. Not a bad start to 2013 then,
not even a month in and now I've looked at two Limited Edition kits,
time for some humble pie I guess.

Moving onto this kit then, what makes it Limited? Well naturally its
got to be partly down to a short term heat spreader design but
underneath we have a PCB laced with chips that are something rather
special and this leads to another question of why now? Well, simply
put, its because it's the 10th birthday of Kingston's HyperX memory
module and since 2002, Kingston's HyperX memory has been one of the
select choices for gamers.

"Since 2002, our HyperX products have been the memory of choice for
gamers, computer enthusiasts, overclockers and system builders," said
Dara Mullarkey, HyperX business manager, Kingston. "The newly launched
HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition Memory encompasses ultimate style and
performance. As part of the Genesis family line, this stunning
low-profile memory enhances the overall PC experience. In addition,
hosting the StarCraft II tournament allows us to thank and give back
to our customers and fans."

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http://www.eteknix.c...ory-kit-review/



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